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Parenting Paused presses PAUSE on those shame inducing parenting failures. It presses PLAY on your inner wisdom and the ability to be the parent you want to be. Join Leslie Potter, mother and founder of Purejoy Parenting, as she shares her personal experiences as well as works with other moms and dads in real time to show you the step-by-step process to turn your parenting around.
 
Feeling overwhelmed as a mom? Tired of doing everything for your kids and wish… just wish… someone would step in to help you out? Welcome to the No Guilt Mom podcast hosted by author, public speaker, parenting coach and creator of self-development courses for kids JoAnn Crohn, M.Ed and co-host parenting coach, Brie Tucker. We’re from a generation where our moms were supposed to be able to do it all. They went to work and yet were still expected to take care of the house and kids. I saw it al ...
 
Are you looking for information about how to homeschool? Do you want more joy in homeschooling? You've come to the right place. Join homeschooling families from around the world and listen to our weekly podcast. Click the subscribe button right now so that you will never miss a future episode. Keep reading for more info! Your host, Jackie Wheeler, has been homeschooling her daughters for over a decade. She's experienced the ups & downs of homeschooling and is here to help you navigate a life ...
 
The Naughty Step is a funny, irreverent and knackered podcast about parenting. In each episode, journalists Stuart Heritage (Guardian and Esquire family columnist) and Robyn Wilder (HuffPo family columnist; ex of The Pool) pull apart the best and worst aspects of having kids, from the hell of other people's kids to whether YouTube sensation Blippi is a wrong'un (he is). The Naughty Step also comes with its own hilarious parenting newsletter, which you should totally subscribe to. Written and ...
 
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As moms, we have a lot on our plate. Oftentimes, we’re responsible for keeping everyone's schedule in our family, ensuring that schoolwork is done, and maintaining our households. This can lead us to feel completely overwhelmed! In this episode, we talk with Cara Harvey, founder of Purpose Driven Mom, host of the Purpose Driven Mom Podcast, and Pro…
 
We all get into arguments with our kids that make us feel stressed and anxious. But how do we get out of that and move on to a solution with our kids? In today’s episode, we discuss what happens when we get stressed and how to calm down. These tips are perfect for parents and kids! Find links to all the resources we shared at: https://www.noguiltmo…
 
Are your kids struggling with math? Is math leading your children to tears? Maybe it’s time to play some fun math games! Whether your kids are finding math challenging or you simply want to help them enhance their math skills, there are plenty of fun math games that will keep your children learning. https://homeschoolthinktank.com/fun-math-games/…
 
When feeling discomfort in relation to your child - they are on the computer too long, you won't get to be on time, or they refuse to eat your well-balanced meal - lean into and underneath the discomfort. Instead of feeding the mental ideal of how things are supposed to go, take a moment to put yourself in your child's position. How would you behav…
 
Welcome Back Winners! Today's episode marks the end of Shits & Giggles, but the beginning of something greater! Starting next episode we will be known as: DADVentures in Parenting! Today's episode we talk about basic homeowner lawn maintenance, being present, new thoughts on screen time, sharing pics on social media, state parks and much much more!…
 
As moms, we often put our family ahead of us...even in our wardrobe. But it shouldn’t be like that. We should be able to have a wardrobe that makes us feel happy and confident every day. In this podcast, we sit down with Lani Inlander of Real Life Style, a style consulting firm that teaches busy women to wear their power so they can live their live…
 
Mornings can be crazy! Everyone’s rushing around. Kids are crying, parents are threatening to leave everyone behind because they can’t be late for work one, more, time. In this episode, we give you 4 easy tips to make a morning routine that will work for you AND your kids! Find links to all the resources we shared at: https://www.noguiltmom.com/how…
 
Do you want to know why you might consider focusing on connection before curriculum? My name is Jackie and I'm the founder of HomeSchool ThinkTank. This story comes straight from my heart. Get all the links mentioned in this episode here. https://homeschoolthinktank.com/connection-before-curriculum/HomeSchool ThinkTank. Jackie Wheeler による
 
Creating a gratitude practice is BIG in the conscious parenting world, yet in reflecting on my early training in when to express gratitude, it felt more like an obligation. Someone gave me a gift, or did something for me and whether I liked it or not I was expected to say "thank you". It became a learned habit rather than a wellspring of true feeli…
 
Being a mom isn't easy. Some days you want to cry, and some days you just feel like it's a win when everyone makes it through the day in one piece! But every day we laugh, we feel better. So why not strive to find that laughter in motherhood? In today's podcast we sit down with Andrea, Beth, and Camille of the podcast, Family Looking Up. We swap ou…
 
All kids have tantrums but some just aren’t "normal", and raise red flags. In today's episode, we discuss everything tantrums. When you should worry about your kid’s tantrums and what you can do to help make the tantrums stop. Resources We Shared: Drama Free Homework Checklist Happiest Toddler on the Block Download the Transcripts HERE The best mom…
 
This is one of my most important episodes. Please listen to see how you can help protect the future of homeschooling. https://homeschoolthinktank.com/true-homeschooling/HomeSchool ThinkTank. Jackie Wheeler による
 
Hearing the word innocence in adulthood, what comes up? I imagine a curiosity, experiencing everything for the first time, innocent from conclusions or the meaning of anything. Looking through my conditioned adult lens I imagine acting childish and relinquishing responsibility for being a good parent. Negating the innocent seeing that is still avai…
 
Parenting is hard, but especially in the past year. Add to that having to do it all while your partner is deployed and you have a lot on your plate (by anyone's standard). In today's podcast with sit with Lauren Tamm, the founder of The Military Wife and Mom, Language of Listening® Master Parent Coach and creator of Raising Little Listeners, a Lang…
 
Do you feel like you have to spend every single minute with your child constantly asking them to sit down and pay attention? It sucks and no one is happy. In this episode, we share how to easily get your kids to focus on homework and regain your happy family time! Resources We Shared: Enroll now in Homework 911 and Homework Mastery Download the tra…
 
In my experience, it takes some courage to change old strategies. It is counter instinctual to go back into those very intense feelings that as a child I had worked so hard to get away from. But also I recognize I must have stability in myself if I want to offer it to my child. That's why I created the Safe Seat process. If you don't know what that…
 
Is your child struggling with math? Did you that most curriculum approaches math in one of two ways. Listen to this short episode and we'll share some examples of both mastery based homeschool math curriculum and spiral based homeschooling programs. You can find all of the links mentioned in the article that corresponds with this episode. https://h…
 
With many of us trying to balance a new world with work and raising our kids (often with it all happening in the same place now 24/7)- we have a hard time focusing on the positive. How do we take that step back and actually enjoy being a parent again? In today's podcast, we are joined by Erin Holland, who is the founder of PG-ish Parenting and host…
 
Homework is a beast. And many times it becomes a full-on power struggle where you are begging (or demanding) that your kid get it done because no one wants to spend their entire day and night suffering through it all. But guess what. We have the answer to stop those power struggles with homework. In today’s podcast, we share 3 simple ways you can p…
 
Are you trying to help your child learn some basic math concepts? Do you need a few math manipulatives that will have a big impact? Here are a few math manipulatives to help you homeschool your kids more effectively. Discover all the links mentioned in this episode here: https://homeschoolthinktank.com/math-manipulatives/…
 
Next time you hear a judgy thought, especially about your child's behavior, see what happens if you stop fueling the storyline. Take the judgment inside and be with it. Offer it kindness. Inquire. My question to myself is, "do you need to feel right in this moment? What might happen if you open your curiosity to why she acted that way instead of go…
 
All too often we lose ourselves in our roles within our family. We get so caught up in doing what we think we are supposed to do and who we think we are supposed to be that we lose sight of who we are outside of that role. Today’s guest, Kristen Skiles is a Certified Stepparent Coach and founder of Stepmomming.com. She shows stepmoms around the wor…
 
Do you dread the moment your child needs to do assignments because homework takes all night to complete? Today we give you 4 simple tips on how to know what's the "right" amount of homework for your kid! Resources We Shared: Drama Free Homework Checklist Homework Simplified Download the transcripts HERE The best mom is a happy mom. To better take c…
 
My concept of time tends to be very linear. One step leads to the next, to the next. When I need to be somewhere I start marking out my steps so I can get to where I am going on time. However it was clear from a very young age, my daughter didn’t live in a linear time as I did. She had her own sense of time and space, based more in the present mome…
 
Are you looking for science curriculum that's fun for the whole family? Do you need help teaching science to your children? Learn more about Backpack Sciences Curriculum and how you can sign up for this $5 workshop... https://homeschoolthinktank.com/backpack-sciences-curriculum/ Listen to our podcast interview with Jackie Grundberg here.…
 
Many of us are concerned about the impact this past year’s had on our kids. I often find myself watching their behaviors and trying not to obsess over them. How do we know when to be concerned about anxiety and depression and when it’s just everyday stress? Today we are joined by Katie Hurley, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, child and adolescent…
 
Do you want to know what is really being taught in schools? After teaching in New York City's public schools for over 30 years, and receiving the New York State Teacher of the Year award, here is a glimmer of what the late John Taylor Gatto shared in his book, Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling. There's so much that we l…
 
Does it seem like your family does nothing to help you out at home? Want to know how to get your family to help clean and help out at home? In today’s podcast we discuss a very simple 3 step process that will give you help right away! It boils down to a three-step process: Identifying your upper limit problem, Having a Family Meeting and Accountabi…
 
Am I willing to see when my child is defiant and resistant, that there's something in their interior landscape that's distressing, and it may have to do with me and how I'm choosing to be with them? When my daughter expresses intense resistance, I PAUSE and check inside asking: where am I parenting from? Nine times out of ten, I'm parenting from my…
 
Many of us are guilty of it. We love our family to pieces. And most of the time, we love being a mom as well. But between all the hats we wear, all the responsibilities that we have...many of us don’t have much that is just something for us. I’m talking about finding something that is just for you. Outside of being a mom. Outside of being a spouse.…
 
Have you ever thought that you might like to have less to clean, less to do, more joy, and more time? Today we're going to talk about minimalism and how that can have a positive impact on your homeschool family. Show notes are available at this link: https://homeschoolthinktank.com/minimalist-homeschool-family/ Sign up to hear more about HomeSchool…
 
Mean kids. They’re everywhere. Let’s face it. These kids who tease are not horrible human beings (although our mama bear senses want to say they are), they just lack social skills. In today’s podcast we talk about the mean kids, and how if we want our kids to avoid these mean kids and seek out positive relationships, we as parents, need to teach th…
 
Stories are a big part of our parenting journey. So many stories, ideas, beliefs, fantasies, nightmares, so much of our parenting journey is made up of stories. And most of the time, those stories are about the past. Or they're about the future. I don't know about you, but, oh, my gosh, when my child was young and had behaviors that were scary, I p…
 
Happy New Year Winners! I hope you all had a great start to the year. This episode mostly discusses my family's recent flight to and from California for Christmas. Aside from that, we discuss a bunch of other topics you don't want to miss out! Thanks for listening!Matt J Howes による
 
Is homework (or distance learning… thank you 2020) a struggle in your house? Your child may have one of these four distinct homework personalities. Find out if they are a: Quick Quitter Perfectionist Emotionally Overloaded Kid or, Oblivious Dreamer And more importantly, we’ll tell you what to do about it! Find show notes and links at noguiltmom.com…
 
Do you ever feel like you want to give up? Runaway, disappear, just give it all up in your parenting. Well, if you do, it's OK. It's important to see this desire as a messenger, not a destroyer. If you hear yourself saying, "I can't do this anymore" take heart. It's an opportunity to ask yourself what ways am I being that aren't working any longer?…
 
Your kids start fighting- you know, like they do everyday. And you get pulled into it to diffuse the situation. But wouldn’t it be wonderful if you didn’t have to do that? Guess what- you don’t have to! In today’s podcast episode, JoAnn and Brie talk about sibling fights, and how you can help your kids solve them on their own and you won’t have to …
 
Are you tired of your kids doing public school at home? Do you know someone who is thinking about homeschooling their family? If you've answered, "Yes," to any of these questions, then this episode is for you. Tune in to get started with homeschooling your kids. To get any links mentioned in this episode, click here. https://homeschoolthinktank.com…
 
Enjoy our re-broadcast of our second highest downloaded episode! Our mom guilt and parenting overwhelm doesn’t come strictly from how much we have to do. Rather, it comes from what we think we should do. We “should” on ourselves. We can lessen the guilt by changing our mindset. So, let’s lay it all out on the table for our first episode with SIX mi…
 
Truly Listening to our children can be a challenge! Often when they are sharing their hearts - we jump ahead to what our response will be and stop listening to what is being said. What would it be like to suspend your judgment and say "tell me more?" Opening your heart to seeing, hearing, and understanding the feelings without coming to a conclusio…
 
This is our #1 episode to date! So we are re-broadcasting it for all of you! You’re not imagining it. Mom burnout is real. Dr. Sheryl Zeigler, author of the book Mommy Burnout, joins us today. She’ll help you recognize the signs of mommy burnout and how to deal with it. Take a big sigh of relief. Other moms are struggling in the same way you are. Y…
 
Do you want to live a more meaningful life? Do you want a bit more excitement in your life? As we are wrapping up the year, I’d like to share my story about how I’ve overcome (and am still overcoming) some of the challenges I’ve had in my own life. Maybe you can use some of the lessons I’ve learned to help you and your family live with more purpose…
 
Welcome back Winners! Thank you for your patience. Today’s show we talk about my recent injury, iTunes stupidity, being an jerk by making fun of someone’s hobbies or interests, Step parenting, Fan Questions and much more! Thanks for listening, see you next time!Matt J Howes による
 
Let’s be honest. We all need friends in life. And not just friends, but good, solid, healthy friendships. But do our kids really know how to do that? Do they really understand how to build a better friendship? We do our best to teach our kids everything they need to succeed in life. But many of us just kind of gloss over the skills of making and cu…
 
As strange as it sounds, I almost forgot to become a mama this lifetime! It was a deep inexplicable calling that finally led me to take the courageous step of adopting my daughter as a single mom. I still remember the exact moment they placed my precious daughter in my arms. What a GIFT! Tune in to hear more of this story and explore the power of t…
 
They’re driving you crazy. The yelling. The screaming. And you are thinking to yourself- this can’t be normal. This can’t be okay. How am I supposed to deal with the fighting? Before you grab that glass of wine or hide in the closet to stress eat, we have something to share with you. In many cases, it’s okay to let not only let them argue, but conf…
 
Are you looking for a game that's fun for the entire family? Do you want your kids to work on math skills in a fun way? Tune in to this episode and we'll share one of the most versatile games on the market. It's so much fun that the kids won't even realize they're working on math! Add this fun game to your homeschool curriculum - just don't call it…
 
I don't know about you- but when I became a parent I was SURE I was going to be easy-going, relaxed, and fun! What actually happened was I tried to control all sorts of things! Food, screens, taking a walk. Not very much fun for my daughter. As I turned inward I met a rigidity and fear which led to my controlling behavior. No wonder I needed to con…
 
We want you to love being a mom again. In this podcast, we aim to help you take some parenting struggles off your plate. A lot of moms want to know… how do I get my family to help out more? Family meetings are a step in that direction and something you ABSOLUTELY NEED in your family. We’re going to get into that and show you how you can solve these…
 
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